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So, first. Big congrats on your incoming bouncing bundle of life. (^_^)
Second, congrats on your new home and being settled in!
Third, congrats on how well your work etc is going.
Fourth, I too understand how Real Life can roll over a person.
If you wish to keep with us and there are enough of us still lurking about to move forwards, that's good.
If you, perhaps, want to start over or with something new? That's all good as well.
Looking forwards to which ever way things go and again, very big thanks for Dming and really hope your little one is doing swell by the time you read this.
"Spy! It's Gaedren keeping tabs on us. Well, keeping commas, but they become tabs when you import CSV files into Excel. I think we need to put a full stop to this! I won't be bracketed in. I've only got one ass ta' risk, and we need to question mark the @#$%*&."
I dun't know me speakin' right well enough ta' be makin' funnies easy, like.
Though took me a few goes ta' be laughin' at all'a yer funnin'. (^_^)
Here's ta' hopin' every thing be all okeys fer evey one
Sara Marie wrote:
This! This so needs to be an adventure.
Ahhh... and here was I thinking it was a DM who had the old D20 version of the rules and wanted a game.
Much cheers, joy and success at running what is truly a wonderfully/fantastically created reality.
GM DarkLightHitomi wrote:
Three, for an aquatic game, I created a race called grettles (until I find a better name) that are basically sentient octopi. Most of the development for my new races come during playing them, so I'd like to play one. Physically they are as one expects of octopi, boneless eight tentacled color changing creatures. They are different in that they are not colorblind and they can survive in freshwater, though it is uncomfortable, like being in cloudy or smoky air would be to a human.
I kind of feel your pain.
As a side note Scientist have since worked out how Octopi and Squid change their colours so well and so fast. While their eyes have no receptors for colour... their entire skin surface does!
So.. they see the world through their eyes.. but see colours through their skin! Amazing, huh?
As unusual characters? The two strangest on the boards are an Elf and a 'custom' race pretty much built using templates and NPC classes as the leveling agent.
Wishing all well in finding games.
Well.. in my home games there's the difference between something being 'Innately' evil such as Devils, Demons et-al and then there are creature's who's nature/inclinations are evil (As considered by Humans).
The first can have their alignment/outlook shifted or changed but their very nature/essence means that they revert back to their evil-ness over time.
A creature on the other hand, is subject as much to nurture as well as nature. Of course shifting something's nature when it's been flying around eating people it's whole life? Yah.. Suny is having enough trouble learning to communicate. How much harder must it be to learn to not eat other people? :P
Okay... I'm divided.
People's assessments of the drakes are quite probably spot on. They've evil skinks and pretty much deserve to be turned into handbags etc.
However, and I apologize if I'm being too corny, but Suny's heard Nhati and Vikktora agree to the drakes being given their freedom.
So... on the one hand I feel Suny would stop Reijo... or at least attempt to hold his arm from doing the deed... On the other hand I completely understand Reijo's actions.
Truth be told.. I (Suny) was more of the inclination to be taking the drakes back to the town and having them 'broken in' or other wise 'civilized'.
I'm not trying to play Suny as an air head. More as a 'primitive' type. Also, her outlook is neutral good. The drakes have been rendered helpless. We've established they're intelligent. As for thier outlook? We've no real way of discerning their alignment (Metagaming and all) so... Killing a helpless prisoner? That's... not.. good...
Yes, I do completely understand "Pirates" campaign. I really do. But.. there's a difference between something like a Sauhaugin and a drake.. Well.. other than the scales... :P
Please, correct myself and hence Suny where my mind has gone a wandering.
I thought I'd rather post ideas/comments here, rather than bock up the game thread.
Thoughts? Feed-back? Comments?
Wishing every one all the very best.
Sorry.. I know it's a kind of a 'Duuuuhhhh' thing/moment by way of an completely obvious suggestion/solution... but I felt like it was something Sunny would say/point out. Again, apologizes for the character being uber stereotype.
Iraedra Myval wrote:
Glad to have been of inspirations.
Iraedra Myval wrote:
Would a hat of disguise work for a drider (to appear as a centaur(I know drider are aberrations and centaurs are monsterous humanoids), but they are the creature closest in form that should normaly not be attacked on sight), unless drider are unknown/uncommon enough in your setting to be not attacked on sight
So... something along the lines of this, then? (^_~)
Real life still slowing me down with work. Also have managed to pick up a shed load of Mal-ware, Trojans etc just rescently and so am having computer issues. Will adjust the three characters for the DM's apinions/comments as soon as I am able.
Must admit, I too have liked the idea of the Sap adept/master. Though with Suny it will probably be a more 'Disposable weapon/Always crit' sort of build.
While kind of expensive when always using things like "Liquid blades" and wooden weapons.. The ability to thence always make 'em bleed? Yah, gona' has me some fun.
"Boar style" is just the empty handed icing on the cake.
Will be great to watch your build develop Arjun. (^_^)
Late wishing every one all the very best for the past holidays.
Will not be for another week before the above characters can be edited down for the proposed campaign.
Again, all the very bets to all.
For some reason, this brings my mind to Skarre (from Cryx/Privateer Press) and her Great Rack weapon ...
If I could figure out a way to give a Teifling in Paizo over developed horns? Yes, I'd try for a 'Skarre-esque' style of pirate.
GM Bloodied Waters wrote:
, what? Are you asking for a grenade launcher?
*Bows* No... just something that would 'look' cool/interesting. Instead of simply holding the lightning bottle and opening the top.
The character has the lightning bottle 'affixed' to the stock of the x-bow. Holds out said contraption and looks down the length of it.
"See this...? THIS is my BOOM-stick! This a cumulus cloud charged, single-bottle Binbiddle special. Port Shaw's top of the line. You can find this on the sporting goods shelving of the general store. That's right, this sweet baby was made in right here in Port Shaw, Razor-coast. Retails for about... oh... seventy five gold plus some six silver. It's got a walnut stock, cobalt blue steel, and a hair trigger.
A... question for the DM.
There are alchemical items/weapons known as 'Lightning bottles'.
For thematic effect, would the Dm allow said items to be mounted/affixed to light or other wise x-bow 'stocks' and hence be used as such? No other details being needed. Character simply pulls out glowing, flickering item and points it at bad guy/target, pulls trigger and 'Blam', fires the lighting...
Divine bond(Mount), hunter's bond(animal companion), or mount class feature required. (Reminder: the Druid's 'Nature bond'(Companion) ability and the Animal Domain's animal companion ability do not fulfill this requirement.)
What? Revolvers exist... shot-guns exist. Or is your Razor Coast not quite sitting within Paizo realms?
Two levels of 'Titan Mauler' allows for the wielding of two handed, 'large' weapons one handed... Just saying....
Edit: Well... the original wording of Titan Mauler allowed for wielding two handed weapons one handed. I see that's now been edited/redacted to specify 'Melee'.... (¬_¬)
It wouldn't so much be the weapon being built for the character..... It would be more the character built to wield the weapon. Think of a "Role playing A-10".